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Apoints of the Riemann zetafunction on the critical line
(20150101)© 2014 © The Author(s) 2014. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. We investigate the proportion of the nontrivial roots of the equation ζ(s)=a, which lie on the line Rs= 1/2 for a in C not equal to ... 
Ab initio electronic transport study of twodimensional silicon carbidebased p–n junctions
(IOP Publishing, 201703)Twodimensional silicon carbide (2dSiC) is a viable material for next generation electronics due to its moderate, direct bandgap with huge potential. In particular, its potential for p–n junctions is yet to be explored. ... 
Abnormal Calcium Leak from Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum: New Insights Offered by Statistical Physics
(Elsevier, 2019)Rationale: Heart muscle contraction is activated by a synchronized systolic Ca release from sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) via Ca sparks. In disease, Ca sparks fail to terminate, causing a diastolic Ca leak that decreases ... 
Adsorption of neighboravoiding walks on the simple cubic lattice
(American Physical Society, 20181227)We investigate neighboravoiding walks on the simple cubic lattice in the presence of an adsorbing surface. This class of lattice paths has been less studied using Monte Carlo simulations. Our investigation follows on from ... 
Amenability, Reiter's condition and Liouville property
(20180615) 
Anomalous Diffusion in Random Dynamical Systems
(American Physical Society (APS), 20190429)Consider a chaotic dynamical system generating diffusionlike Brownian motion. Consider a second, nonchaotic system in which all particles localize. Let a particle experience a random combination of both systems by sampling ... 
Anomalous polymer collapse winding angle distributions
(20180316) 
Antistrong digraphs
(201701) 
An approximate isoperimetric inequality for rsets
(20131108)We prove a vertexisoperimetric inequality for [n]^(r), the set of all relement subsets of {1,2,...,n}, where x,y \in [n]^(r) are adjacent if x \Delta y=2. Namely, if \mathcal{A} \subset [n]^(r) with \mathcal{A}=\alpha ...